Anaïs Paulard is an Artist Jeweller recently graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design.
ANDEEZARTINWOOD ( formally known as Woodland Craft, was founded by Andrew Moore in Meigle, Perthshire, 1986 ), produces handcarved Scottish wildlife subject matter, carved mirrors, naturally shaped burr bowls and many other carved works to supply retail outlets throughout Scotland , England and at craft shows and direct mail order. Love spoons, unusual kitchenware and I am adding wooden jewellery as from 01/01/2013.
Creator and designer of handcrafted jewellery in Perthshire.
Creative Student of the Year at the Creative Fife Awards 2008, contemporary jewellery designer Angela Boag studied Jewellery Design and Silversmithing at Carnegie College, she designs and hand-makes all her jewellery from silver or gold and semi precious stones. Her pieces are unique items inspired by smooth aesthetically pleasing lines and shapes that are then created into tactile and elegant jewellery.
The Angela Learoyd Jewellery Gallery is situated in the village of Doune, near Stirling. The Gallery showcases Angela's own work and that of invited designer makers who produce contemporary handmade jewellery.
Exhibitions change regularly throughout the year.
Unique elegant hand-made silver & gold jewellery and tableware inspired by natural textures & forms.
Angus Open Studios started in 2011 and studios around the area were open from 26th - 30th May. A website and a directory were designed and 6,000 copies of the directory were distributed. 53 artists and craftsmen joined as members and more are joining for 2012.
I produce handmade earthenware ceramics including functional and decorative tableware as well as ceramic jewellery with detailed leather and knot work. I experiment a lot with texture and multi layer glazing to produce interesting surface decoration. Pieces are either wheel thrown or hand built and are fired in an electric kiln. Every piece is carefully considered and individually crafted.
Anne enjoys landscape painting using acrylics or soft pastels but over the past 4 years has been focussing on glass fusing.
The Scottish landscape, the colours of the world around her as well as the shape, texture and patterns of the materials used are the inspiration for Assja's jewellery creation.